Origami Peace Cranes: Friendships Take Flight: Includes Story & Instructions to make a Crane (Proceeds Support Peace Crane Project)
Origami Peace Cranes is a multicultural children's story about the capacity for friendship in all of us, and the power that small things have to make a big difference.
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||20 November 2017 by Tuttle Publishing
||Adobe Ebook Compatible Devices
||By DiCicco, Sue
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**Winner Creative Child Magazine 2018 Preferred Choice Award** Origami Peace Cranes is a multicultural children's book about the capacity for friendship in all of us, and the power of small, but meaningful actions. When Emma moves to a new town, she's afraid she'll never make friends. She tries her hardest to make a good impression on her new classmates. Through a paper crane origami project, her classmates show her that they really want to get to know her. Later, when a new family moves into her neighborhood, Emma has a great idea how to make them feel welcome! Filled with fun pictures and ideas, this story addresses the anxiety that comes with new beginnings and introduces kids to moving, making new friends, and starting at a new school. This book also includes: Step-by-step instructions for making a paper crane12 sheets of printable origami paper, so that kids can make their own cranes to share!Proceeds support the Peace Crane Project-originally created for the United Nations International Day of Peace, it aims to expand students' understanding of and appreciation for other cultures, people and countries.
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Writer, illustrator, sculptor and former Disney animator, Sue DiCicco, founded Armed with the Arts (ArmedWithTheArts.org), a program dedicated to encouraging creative expression in kids. She is the creator of the Peace Crane Project with participation from over 150 countries. She has written dozens and illustrated hundreds of books for kids.